Cameron Saul advises clients on real estate, environmental, land use, and natural resources matters. He represents developers and landowners seeking entitlements from various state and federal regulatory agencies for renewable and traditional energy projects and mixed-use projects. He focuses on negotiating conservation easements with state agencies. He also leads diligence teams in analyzing environmental, land use and real estate issues in connection with the acquisition of energy facilities and complex mixed-use projects.
Cameron also counsels real estate investors, lenders and owners in the acquisition, financing, restructuring, and disposition of office and industrial buildings, retail centers, hotels, residential developments, and mixed-use properties. He represents a range of clients from startups to universities in leasing negotiations for medical, office, administrative and industrial space.
During law school, Cameron served as an extern for Judge Charles R. Breyer of the Northern District of California. During his first summer in law school, Cameron served as an extern for Judge James McBride, then-presiding judge of the California Superior Court of San Francisco. Before law school, Cameron worked as a paralegal at a boutique firm in Philadelphia.
Eugene Lang College The New School for Liberal Arts, 2007, Bachelor of Arts
University of California, Berkeley School of Law (Boalt Hall), 2012, Juris Doctor
Awards and Affiliations
Articles Editor, Berkeley Business Law Journal (2010–2012)
Finalist, Constance Baker Motley National Moot Court Competition, 2011